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hornets and Texans!

Post by davechng »

got some hornet and Texan action last Sun ! with all the rain we have been getting its a good change for some sunny dry weather.

here are the detail report ( with all the pics )

http://airwingspotter.com/alliance-ft-w ... s-5-31-15/

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Beautifull planes !
Congratulation.

Those two Hornets look to be legacy F/A-18 A, am I right ? Not so usual anymore.
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FredL wrote:Beautifull planes !
Congratulation.

Those two Hornets look to be legacy F/A-18 A, am I right ? Not so usual anymore.
Correct! 163151 is an 'Alpha'.......
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